Moving Our Community Forward
Movers for Mutts
During the fall, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Knoxville is looking to lend a helping hand to their community by teaming up with local schools and businesses. We're hosting our Movers for Mutts program the beginning of October to right before Thanksgiving. Knoxville's staff have a heart for rescue animals and knew reaching out to Young-Williams Animal Shelter would help rescue pets find forever homes. Currently, our Knoville team is partnering with Bearden Middle, West Hills Elementary and Misty's Pet Depot. If donations are your preferred method of participation, check out Young-Williams Animal Shelter's wish list includes peanut butter, dog/cat leashes, dog food, cat food, newspaper, air plane carriers, canned dog food and canned cat food.
If you're interested in working with Knoxville's Movers For Mutts® campaign and want to become a Movers for Mutts partner by helping collect rescue pet essential items, please contact us.
Movers for Moms®
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Knoxville participates in Movers for Moms®! This spring, our Knoxville office teamed up with local businesses to donate to women in need. All items are handled with care and gratitude! Before Mother’s Day, all items collected over the past few months are delivered. This year, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Knoxville sought out local partners to collect essential items for the YWCA in Knoxville and Haven House. The "Movers Who Care®" in Knoxville worked with the community. We’re so glad to share the same passion for helping others. Stay tuned for more info on 2019’s Movers for Moms® campaign.
Your Knoxville movers want to partner with the East Tennessee community to give back all year! Send us an email with your favorite charities, volunteer needs, and ideas to improve the community.
Partnerships and Organizations
The Pat Summit Foundation
The Pat Summit Foundation is a dear friend of TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Knoxville. Our team proudly supports their Forget Me Not 5K to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s. The Pat Summit Foundation benefits families and individuals alike who have been affected by this disease. At TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Knoxville, we widely recognize the need for a cure to Alzheimer’s. Our Knoxville team is proud to help The Pat Summit Foundation by helping move boxes for the Forget Me Not 5K.
Susan G. Komen Foundation
This non-profit is widely known and locally favored in Knoxville. Susan G. Komen serves to raise public awareness for breast cancer. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Knoxville love supporting the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure by providing space for giveaway items, t-shirts and special items for participants. The Knoxville team happily supports the research, family assistance and generosity of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Tennessee Valley Humane Society
Dogs, Cats, and kittens, oh my! The Tennessee Valley Humane Society uplifts Knoxville and its surrounding neighborhoods by providing a safe place for pets. With adoption families, several avenues for finding forever homes and low-cost veterinary services, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Knoxville loves supporting the efforts of the Tennessee Valley Humane Society with our time and moving assistance.
KnoxVillE PAYS IT Forward
Knoxville Pays It Forward directly impacts the lives of families in crisis, homeless, disadvantaged and senior citizens. With their benefit music festival, hardworking staff and network of caring volunteers, this non-profit love Knoxville. TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Knoxville is all about helping our community. So, the team at TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Knoxville joyously donates its efforts and time to aid Knoxville Pays It Forward throughout the year.
Wounded Warrior Project
Military servicemen and servicewomen need extra love from their communities. The Wounded Warrior Project makes this happen! TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Knoxville happily recognizes the immediate need for council, outreach, and fellowship with our military families. Each year, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® Knoxville sends its vehicles to lend a hand at events. Our Knoxville team also likes to donate time, effort and energy to our local service members.